17 Jul I Believe They Call It Human Nature
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I'm in the mid west somewhere between Kalamazoo and Cincinnati on my way to see Jill and David. It's wonderful to drive around America. You get to see all sides of the United States.
You certainly get to see the differences between the political and cultural divides. Driving through these small white towns nestled in corn and hundreds of years of well established psychological patterns, it's easy to understand why these people wouldn't want any outsiders to move in here.
While It's politically correct to take the sides of the amazon tribes. We all get disgusted with outsiders wanting to inflict their 'new' cultures on the old amazon Indians. We all defend and protect their rights to live without outside influence. Yet when it comes to people in the mid west, when it comes to people who are happy in their culture we call them racists and bigots and horrible people.
But as liberal as I am, as inclusive as I am, as much as I personally insist on living in a multicultural society, I understand now why these people in these small towns want it to remain that way. They don't hate anyone. They just want things to stay the same. Just like the amazon tribes and the muslims in the Middle East and the Australians and the Chinese and the Japanese. I believe they call it human nature.
Just like the small towns across England and Germany and Norway and Sweden. Belgium, France, Holland and Switzerland. They don't hate outsiders. They just wnat things to stay the same.
Just like the Muslim families who wouldn't allow their sons or daughters to marry a white westerner. Or the Indian family who would disown their children if they were to date a white person. They don't hate anyone. They just want things to stay the same. They want their seed to remain on the same course, the same trajectory as it was when they were alive. They want it to continue.
So let's stop making mid westerners and white southerners the scapegoats for what we as humans ALL take part in some shape or form.
I realize I'm not the most politically correct person out there but I do truly enjoy other cultures to the max. I have close friends from every side of life. But if ever I go back to Cumbria and there's 4000 Somalians camped up with tents and fires in the fields opposite my mothers house you can bet your life I'll be first over there with a JCB and an eviction notice. I believe they call it human nature.